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All concerned,
I am searching for any historical "tit bits" on the Melodrama genre which
Powell & Pressburger so avidly contributed towards during the 1940's.
Primarily, I'm interested in historical accounts, at the time, which might
reflect the 'process' and the studio system in which they worked in.

Louie Rayner
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